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Marcello Graziano

Photo of Mark FrancekAssistant Professor
Economic ​Geography, Green and Blue Growth, Energy Geography
Dow Science Complex 280
  • Postdoctoral Fellow in Economic Geography, Scottish Association for Marine Science - UHI, 2014-2016​
  • Ph.D., University of Connecticut, 2014
  • Laurea Specialistica/M.S. in International Economics, University of Turin, 2009
  • Laurea Triennale/B.A. in Foreign Trade, University of Turin, 2007
Teaching Areas
Economic​ Geography, Urban Geography​
Research Fields
Energy Geography, Diffusion of Energy Technologies, Green and Blue Growth as Development Tools, Political Geography of Seafood Production​
​​Selected Publications

  • Graziano, M., Musso, M., Lecca, P. Historic paths and future expectations: the macroeconomic impacts of the offshore wind technologies in the UK. Energy Policy, 108: 715-730
  • Graziano, M., Billing, S-L., Kenter, J., Greenhill, L. (2016) A transformational paradigm for marine renewable energy development. Energy Research and Social Sciences, 23: 126-147.
  • Graziano, M., Gillingham, K. (2015) Spatial Patterns of Solar Photovoltaic System Adoption: The Influence of Neighbors and the Built Environment. Journal of Economic Geography, 15(4): 815-839.
  • Parent, J., Graziano, M. and Yang, X. (2014). The Potential of Using Forest Residues to Offset Coal Use in Co-fired Coal Power Plants in the Eastern United States. International Journal of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, 7:99-105.
  • Carstensen, F.V., Graziano, M., Vorotyntseva, N., Waite, W.E. and Parr, K.E. (2013).Economic Analysis of Bioenergy: an Integrated Multidisciplinary Approach. In Suib, S (editor), New and Future Developments in Catalysis: Catalytic Biomass Conversion, pp. 297-323. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 

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